Tiny Houses come in many forms, including custom built homes on trailers, travel trailers, cottages on foundations, mobile homes and motor homes. Many who choose tiny, do so to enable living large. There’s a freedom that comes with living tiny, freedom from possessions, freedom from debt, freedom to choose less lucrative work and freedom to wander. I invite you to wander with me on this journey. I am particularly fascinated by traditional homes that sit on a foundation and happen to be tiny. Many such homes started as humble summer cottages and have become primary homes in more recent years. The tiny home in which we dwell was built in 1868 as a barn and rumor has it that this 468 square foot beauty became a home to a family with five children during the Great Depression. As we travel we seek out tiny homes and communities, tiny style and innovation. We pursue beautiful yet functional things to make our environment more pleasing. The fascination is boundless.